Is Kingdomites a word? Kingdom people? People of the Kingdom? All of you wonderful people reading this here post?
Anyway, however you prefer to be addressed, it has come to my attention that I, Revis Edgewater (First Knight of the Matticus Kingdom) have yet to shamelessly promote the new short story that I have published on Amazon called Blackmoon Conquest.
It is the sequel to Blackmoon WarMage, which was written about in the Kingdom before.
If you like sword and sorcery fiction, I hope you’ll check it out. Thank you for your time, oh wonderful people of the Kingdom.
Hello, fellow Kingdomites. It is I, Revis Edgewater, First Knight of The Matticus Kingdom. You might be asking yourselves what I am doing here.
The answer is nothing. Just thought I’d come over here and see what was going on. No ulterior motive….
I’m certainly not here to shamelessly plug my new short story Blackmoon WarMage (available now on Kindle).
I’d never do that.
It’s been fun. Great seeing you all again. We should do this more often. Have a nice day.
Today, faithful kingdomites, I have the pleasure of introducing you to Debbie Manber Kupfer and her newest book.
You might recognize her name from Fauxpocalypse, where she also had a short story like I did…. but, it is actually more likely you recognize her from one of her many other novels and projects. She is quite prolific.
So, without further adieu, Adana, her newest character, is here to talk a little bit about what’s going on….
Happy Earth Day! Adana the Earth Dragon is officially out in the World Today!
Hi everyone! I’m here! Today’s the day that my book ADANA THE EARTH DRAGON finally is released into the world. Want to read a sample? Sure you do:
Once upon a time there was a small brown dragon called Adana. Adana was an earth dragon and Adana was very sad. She longed to play with the other dragons, but none of them would accept her as a friend. “It’s because I’m small and brown and boring” she said. “No one wants to be friends with an earth dragon.”
The air dragons would soar through the sky, their wings outstretched. Adana wished she could join them up in their playground of clouds, but she had no wings.
The water dragons would glide effortlessly through the lagoon, playing tag and Marco Polo. Adana yearned to join in their games, but sadly she could not swim.
The fire dragons scared little Adana with their tremendous scaly scarlet forms and flames that could toast two hundred marshmallows with one puff. Adana secretly tried gargling with fire water to see if she might make a flame, but she only gave herself a sore throat. Poor Adana, she could never be a fire dragon.
So sad little Adana slunk into her cave, curled up in a corner, and took a nap.
Now you can’t just leave little me like this – Can you? So pick up a copy of my story, ADANA THE EARTH DRAGON today.
It’s available in paperback from Amazon or directly from this site. There’s even a companion coloring and activity book available.
Prefer to read on Kindle or listen on Audible? I can do that too and the book is available free to Kindle Unlimited subscribers.
AND as a bonus, the first TEN people to order a copy from this website today will pick up a free audio book of Adana narrated by the awesome Fiona Thraille. This offer is available for orders from the US or the UK. (If you’re in the UK message me for shipping costs – I will be traveling to the UK in June, so if you can wait until then to receive your books I can make the shipping costs a bit cheaper!)
PLUS all orders receive a signed Adana bookmark and a coloring sheet!
So Happy Earth Day folks. Remember to protect the flowers from those big bad giants!
Peace and Love,
So, my faithful kingdomites, what are you waiting for? Click those links and get your very own copy of Adana!
Sorry for the delay on this post. My entire household has been sick over the past few days. It has been extremely unpleasant. I’m still not feeling all that great, but, on the bright side, the doctor said I didn’t have strep throat. So, I guess that’s something.
Anyway, here are the results of the poll for the Versus question of: Which was the worst film adaptation of a novel?
The winner is…………….
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks to everyone who participated in the poll, and I hope you all have a good night!
Way back on February 15th, I asked you all to help me settle a debate on which movie was the worst adaptation of a novel. Normally, when I do a post that has a Versus poll on it, I’ll leave the poll open for two weeks before declaring a winner. As you can tell from today’s date, it’s been a little longer than that.
Also, normally, I’ll do a few posts in between the start of the poll and the end of the poll to remind people to vote. Again, as you can see, I didn’t do that either. Between my new book being released and an emotionally exhausting family matter I’ve been dealing with, I completely forgot about this post.
So, I’m going to leave it open for another two weeks and try not forget about it this time.
Be sure to go to the original postto cast your vote today!